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  1. Hi there. I've been annoyed for weeks by a browser redirection to which a Google search does not offer answers. ? Various virus laboratories do not provide any answers either. I have also visited www.Virustotal.com before. This is about "VigLink". When I want to open a page, a page of VigLink appears and cheekily no option is offered to get rid of it. This is illegal in Germany and Europe. I have only half-heartedly taken care of this so far, because fortunately the redirection does not happen every day. I tried AdwCleaner, but it didn't find anything obvious. I hope
  2. I am a Malwarebytes Premium customer. I am using AdwCleaner 7.0.6.0 on Windows 10. I run a scan. It identifies several PUP.Optional.Legacy items. I check one of particular concern and hit Clean. It gives me a dialog that says, "All processes will be closed - Please save your current work if any." This is absolutely what I do not want. I have several projects underway, involving hours of work. I cannot shut them down now. Unfortunately, the dialog does not provide a "No" option, nor a "Remind me in 4 hours" option," so I click the X in the upper right corner to kill that dialog. The PUP is not
  3. Hi! I'm having the same problem at the momment, tried a lot of removal tools already but it starts re-downloading via CMD over and over again...
  4. The title describes it all, every 30 minutes my cmd opens (if I close it) and starts downloading the archive on the annex: I don't know what else to do... I've ran the FRST tool and I'll follow up with the log, please help me! My CPU usage simply Skyrockets whenever the cmd finishes the download, making it so that I have to keep resetting the PC very often, it's really annoying. Resultado do exame da Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) (x64) Versão: 02.01.2018 Executado por eduad (administrador) em PIRILAMPO (04-01-2018 07:25:39) Executando a partir de C:\
  5. So I don't know for how long I have this but I only noticed it today when I was looking through my taskmanager and I saw it's weird name. At first I tried to just delete the exe's but they reappeared afterwards and I don't know what makes them reappear. I tried installing Malwarebytes but this: After that I tried running it through an Admin console and got So then I browsed a bit through the forums and found this ADWCleaner. Tried to run it and got an red screen telling me the app is blocked, but got it running later through an admin console, AdwCleaner[S0].txt Oh and I'm
  6. I am new to the Malwarebytes Management Console. Setup was easy and we are in a testing phase. The policy is currently set to list PUPs but not to remove them. Reason being, we want to see what is there to ensure we don't remove something that is legitimate. Looking at Clients\Threat View and have excluded legitimate entries. When I right click on non-legitimate entries I see options to exclude but I don't see an option to remove from the client, only remove log entry. Is there a way to remove the non-legitimate entries from the client systems from the management console?
  7. I have this strange and irritating problem that's making my laptop, especially chrome really slow and buggy. Despite following the exact procedure mentioned in malwarebyte's blog - using ADW, then malwarebytes and then followed by Hitman pro - I can't seem to get rid of pup.optional.oversearch.a and its other variants. I scanned today just to make sure that there isn't any malware, and I got hit by the pup warning again. What should I do to remove this malware for once and for all?
  8. Hi folks, I downloaded the free version of EaseUS partition manager yesterday and shortly after running it following installation, further installation of unwanted programs took place. I cannot be 100% certain that the EaseUS partition manager contains these but it has to be more than coincidence as they installed a matter of seconds after I ran EaseUS for the first time. This is on a fresh install of Windows 7 64 bit with few other applications. Details of the unwanted software: - conduit toolbar / extension / addon / plugin - seen in Chrome and Firefox toolbars - trustworthy toolbar extensio
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